First-to-file and financial services patents: what’s on this week
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First-to-file and financial services patents: what’s on this week

Managing IP lists the IP-related meetings and events taking place this week

Monday July 23

WIPO’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights: Twenty-Fourth Session, held in Geneva until July 25.

WTO’s dispute resolution body meets in Geneva. Among the agenda items is a status report by the US on how it is implementing WTO recommendations about section 110(5) of the US Copyright Act.

The USPTO is likely to publish proposed rules on first-inventor-to-file this week.

Wednesday July 25

Two-day meeting of the World Research Group’s 9th Annual Patents for Financial Services Summit begins in New York.

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